The first one from my list of docks for MacBook Pro 2016 is available now (Amazon Germany Link). It is the CalDigit TS3 Lite Thunderbolt 3. Pain point for me is that it is missing the functionality of charging the MacBook with 85 W. So I will be waiting. But its release will put higher pressure on the manufacturers of the docks I take into consideration for a release date in the near future.
Last month my old MacBook Pro 15″ 2011 was replaced by a brand new MacBook Pro 2016. Here I will list pros and cons and why I am really waiting for a docking station. In summary, I am very happy with my new working device, but Apple could have avoided some annoyances.
CRN reports that hackers with a possible relationship to the Chinese government attacked 3 large U.S. companies with a malware called Javafog. This malware installs backdoors via a vulnerability in Oracle Java and flaws in Microsoft Office. But why to attack them directly, when one can use service providers?